Possio's PX30 hackable wireless router

Tuesday, 6 April 2004, 1:54 PM EST

The Possio PX30 is a hackable Linux-based wireless router featuring WLAN, Bluetooth, OSGi (Open Services Gateway Initiative), and Java support. It is an open platform supported by a "Developer Zone" website, targeting OSGi-enabled network edge devices that integrate diverse kinds of networks.

The PX30 is delivered as a complete system, including a plastic enclosure, pre-configured Linux OS, and IBM Java virtual machine and OSGi Service Platform. It supports 802.11b and Bluetooth wireless networks, and is "ready to run" out of the box as a Java programmable wireless router that can be configured through a Web interface or controlled by OSGi device management software, according to Possio CTO Ulf Söderberg.

At Linux Devices.

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